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"Lloyds" - (Barque) Colonists to South Australia in 1838

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  • John Emery (1784 - 1862)
    Residence : Somerset, England - 1809 Residence : Battersea, England - 1826 Residence : Surrey, England - 1827 Residence : Battersea, England - 1828 Residence : Surrey, England - 1829 Residenc...
  • William Payne Emery (1815 - 1871)
    Emigration : Free passage, agricultural labourer - Aug 1 1838 - Swanscombe, Kent, England* Immigration : Arrived in SA on the 'Lloyds' from London with his wife-Sarah Ware and other family members - De...
  • Elizabeth Emery (deceased)
  • Charles Emery (1804 - d.)
  • Charles Emery (1823 - 1910)
    Religion : Church of England Emigration : Departed London, bound for South Australia - Aug 1 1838 Immigration : Arrived onboard the “Lloyd” with other family members - Dec 1 1838 Residence : High...

The Lloyds from London was a wooden 3 mast barque built at Deptford, Kent in 1830 by T. Ward & J.B. Stone, 402/403/406 tons, length - 110' 7" beam - 28' 5" no depth of hold recorded. She left Gravesend on 1 August 1838 under Captain Garrett (or Gunett or K B Stone) and arrived Port Adelaide on 1 December 1838 carrying 181 passengers.

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Stories

  • September 22nd, 1838: a Scottish lass (aged 17) fell overboard whilst drawing water, and drowned. That same night the Ship Doctor's brother died on the voyage, of a brain fever (possibly Daniel Wilkie).
  • October 27th, 1838: a Mrs Thomson had an infant daughter, and Mrs Alderman had a son (which died)

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